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post updated 18 August 2021

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AIDIA STUDIO Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

9 Aug 2021
Pyeongchang Knowledge Hub, South Korea
Design: AIDIASTUDIO & Archiworkshop
Pyeongchang Data Preservation Center South Korea building
image courtesy architecture studio
Pyeongchang Data Preservation Center Building
The main objective has been to transform an inward-looking, utilitarian warehouse into a state-of-the-art, carbon neutral facility which places the user and the visitor at the centre of the operations and experience of the building.

June 28, 2021
Tulum Train Station, Tulum, Riviera Maya, Mexico
Tulum Train Station Mexico building
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Tulum Train Station Building
The station sits in the beach resort of Tulum, in the Mexican Caribbean, along the Riviera Maya. The primary goal in the design process was to push the sustainability agenda to the foreground and to find in that optimized performance a narrative which would speak about the qualities of pre-Hispanic Mayan Architecture through the use of light, shadows, patterns, materials and vegetation.

6 Aug 2020
Oculus in The Rub’ al Khali, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Oculus Rub al Khali Abu Dhabi
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Oculus in The Rub’ al Khali
The design of the Oculus is inspired by how desert organisms through specific features in their anatomy are able to self-shade to reduce their internal temperature and in doing so are able to survive the extreme temperatures of desertic climates. Adaptability is at the core of a discretionary performance letting them increase activity during the night where the heat recedes.

21 Nov 2019
Photographic Art Museum, Seoul, Korea
Seoul Photographic Art Museum
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Seoul Photographic Art Museum
A Photographic Art Museum should be a celebration of light and how space and architecture can be crafted by the multiplicity of atmospheres and effects it is able to create when travelling through and into materials. The proposal by Aidia Studio seeks to provide an inspiring journey through different light atmospheres which are in tune with the specific purpose of the each space.

2 Nov 2019
Barjeel Museum for Modern Arab Art, Sharjah, Dubai, UAE
Rifat Chadirji Prize 2019 First Prize Winner, Tamayouz Excellency Award
Barjeel Museum for Modern Arab Art in Sharjah UAE building design
image courtesy of AIDIA STUDIO Architects
Barjeel Museum for Modern Arab Art in Sharjah
There are three main drivers in the development of the design. The first and foremost is the art collection of the Barjeel Foundation, so the question we posed ourselves was, how to best present the artworks and to provide an atmosphere which is suitable for their display and conservation in the long term?

2 Aug 2019
Al Wathba Birdwalk, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Architects: AIDIASTUDIO
Al Wathba Birdwalk Abu Dhabi
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Al Wathba Birdwalk
Traditional birdwatch structures tend to take enthusiasts up in altitude close to the tree canopies where birds nest and rest. These structures are often located in remote forested areas and tend to be camouflaged to avoid scaring the birds away.

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Terraza / Rancho Sierra AllendeSan Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
Architects: fabián m escalante h | arquitectos
Terraza / Rancho Sierra Allende, Guanajuato, México
photograph : Jorge Succar
Terraza / Rancho Sierra Allende, Guanajuato

Antigua High-Rise Apartment, Antigua Santa Fe, Mexico City
Architect: Alejandro de la Vega Zulueta
Antigua High Rise Apartment interior Mexico City
photograph : Jaime Navarro
Antigua High-Rise Apartment Interior in Mexico City

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